Trains from Dublin to Tipperary
How long does it take to get from Dublin to Tipperary by train?
In order to get from Dublin to Tipperary faster, consider looking for an express service that makes fewer stops along the way. Conversely, a connecting route may, in some circumstances, be faster than a direct journey. The fastest routes between Dublin and Tipperary will complete the journey in 1 h 52 min. On average, it will take you about 3 h 27 min to travel the 130 km between Dublin and Tipperary.
At what time of the day can I travel from Dublin to Tipperary?
In general, the first departure of the day will leave Dublin at 07:57, and the last departure will leave at 18:00. However, it is important to remember that this is general information, and these journey times are not necessarily available every day. Timetables for each provider on the route from Dublin to Tipperary can change from day to day or month to month. In particular, many providers offer different schedules on weekdays and weekends. Public holidays, local events, and seasonal timetables can also cause schedules to change.
What are the stations on the Dublin to Tipperary route?
You will be able to leave Dublin by using stations such as Dublin Pearse, Tara Street, Dublin Connolly and Dublin Heuston. These connect you to stations including Tipperary in Tipperary. Check carefully before making a booking. Some or all of these stations will appear on the route, depending on the transport provider you use for your trip. Check carefully to see which route your chosen transport provider follows, to see if it passes through a station that is convenient for your needs. It may be necessary to make a short journey between stations either in Dublin or in Tipperary, for your convenience while traveling.
How many times a day do journeys run from Dublin to Tipperary?
The exact number of journeys from Dublin to Tipperary can vary from day to day. Some services may only run on particular days of the week, while others might be seasonal. In general, an average of 13 departures leave each day. These are run by a number of different transport providers, including Irishrail and Irish Rail. On particularly busy days, there can be up to 13 departures. You can usually expect there to be more connections on weekdays. Many providers run fewer journeys on weekends or public holidays. As a traveler, you may prefer to take a direct route from Dublin to Tipperary. However, you will find more options available to you if you are willing to take a connecting route. These pass through one or more different cities, and you'll have to change along the way. Not all travelers feel comfortable making multiple connections, but if you are, then you will enjoy greater flexibility when making your booking. The exact number of daily departures from Dublin to Tipperary varies, but in general, you can expect to find direct connections with no changes leaving each day. Travelers who are happy to take an indirect route will find, on average, 13 journeys with one change or more.